Our estate agents in Ashton-Under-Lyne is centrally located on Fletcher Street nearby Brownton’s craft beer shop. We offer intriguing glimpses of our property stock in our corner-aspect window displays. The branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some of the surrounding districts.
Our welcoming, highly trained sales team is always glad to offer an informal chat about your property ambitions. We aim to empower prospective residents with superb local knowledge – plus all the real-estate expertise you’d expect from a mature estate agency. We streamline property transactions with efficiency and and minimal stress.
Why Choose Bridgfords?
Smoothing out property deals for over 180 years, Bridgfords’ has grown an enviable reputation as your regional estate agency of choice. We tempt house-hunters nationally via our extensive branch network – and beneficial alliance with the UK’s largest property group, Countrywide. We provide local expertise and attentive customer care via services utilising both traditional and cutting-edge marketing techniques. Our highly trained sales force showcases housing on the dominant property portals – like Rightmove, Zoopla, and Propertywide. Innovative options – like virtual property tours and premium advertising – are also available. Look no further for estate agents in Ashton-Under-Lyne.
Sell your home from £995
We know that selling you home is a personal decision and the way you decide to sell reflects the level of support you need.
You can now choose to sell online from just £995, or let our local team of experts manage your sale, it’s up to you..!
Our online service includes a valuation from your local office, listing on Rightmove and Zoopla, photos and even floor plans.
Alternatively, with our high street service your local branch will do all the hard work for you. Either way you’ll have access to a personal property account allowing you to keep track of your sale from start to finish.
Local Information about Ashton-Under-Lyne
This historic market town in Tameside is on the bank of the River Tame in the foothills of the Pennines just six miles from Manchester. ‘Ashton’ probably dates from old Anglo-Saxon English meaning ‘settlement by ash trees’. Factory-based textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution triggered urbanisation of the area. This once-important mill town continues to thrive as a centre of commerce; Ashton Market is one of the UK’s largest. Three of the town’s five parks have Green Flag awards. The area’s served by the M60 motorway.
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